Russian forces build their own mobile networks in Luhansk region
Invading Russian forces have decided to build their own mobile networks to track all calls and messages of local residents in the temporarily occupied Luhansk region
This was reported by Artem Lysohor, head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration.
According to him, despite the construction of new mobile networks, all restrictions on the absence or presence of communication and the Internet in certain settlements of the region remain.
In addition, equipment is being installed there to support the functions of operational and search activities. This will allow the invading troops to maintain total control over user communications.
"The Russians will try to control every call and every message," the head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration emphasized.
He added that the mines in the so-called LPR are running on generators, as the company was cut off from electricity for non-payment.
At the same time, the generators are turned off from 5 p.m. until morning, and miners are forced to work in the dark. According to Lysohor, the company's debt for electricity has already exceeded RUB 2 billion.